Hello, what is the alternative of onkeyup event for opera mini browser for mobile in jquery/asp.net/mvc4? or what is the alternative for text box change calculation for opera mini browser? On text box key up event I am doing calculation. Thanks,

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I cannot figure out why I have a shadow around my image in IE and Opera. It's not a problem in Chrome, Apple, Firefox, Avant, Maxthon, Safari, etc. I've tried, outline, shadow, etc in an external stylesheet and directly inline. http://i.imgur.com/rLPKHVs.jpg

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Maybe this is on the site already, but I'm going to ask directly. How do you guys/gals test your scripts or websites on all browsers for compatibilty. I'm new to this and would like to know. For the most part I've found that Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera do alright. But Internet Explorer is a pain in my neck sometimes. How do you test your code for older IE browsers?

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Although the Opera web browser client is no longer the big 'little player' that it used to be having long since been eclipsed by the likes of Chrome and Firefox in the Internet Explorer alternatives stakes, it can still claim more than 300 million users and a place as world’s most popular browser for mobile phones. So when you learn that Opera Software, the company in Norway behind the Opera browser, has admitted that its internal network infrastructure has been hacked you have every right to be a little concerned. That concern may grow a bit when you discover that …

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Hey guys, I'm having a bit of trouble with my gradient button. It looks great on Webkit, but when I try writing the gradient for FF, Opera, and IE, it doesn't work. Here is my gradient code for Webkit: background-image:-webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, color-stop(0%, rgba(135,224,253,1)), color-stop(25%, rgba(83,203,241,1)), color-stop(50%, rgba(5,171,224,1))); I'm wondering how I can write this for FF, Opera, and IE to get *exactly* the same results.

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Work at opera mini device

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So I just discovered a crazy bug that has been keeping visitors of the Opera web browser from using DaniWeb. Apparently there's a problem with CodeIgniter's CSRF protection that makes it not work with Opera, and I'm unsure of why. It works perfectly fine with IE, Firefox, Chrome, etc. I am using form_open() to create my forms, so it is creating the csrf hidden input tag automatically. I have the following configuration settings set in /application/config/config.php: $config['sess_encrypt_cookie'] = TRUE; $config['sess_use_database'] = FALSE; $config['sess_match_ip'] = FALSE; $config['sess_match_useragent'] = FALSE; Can anyone help?

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Not sure if this has been mentioned - I did search but couldn't find anything that related: Noticed this issue in Opera today. I rarely use the browser, but seems common on all pages with code. The code numbers seem to overlap. ![Capture44](/attachments/large/0/Capture44.PNG "Capture44") As you can see, just the numbering. //EDIT Using Win7/hp laptop

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We recently installed high speed internet at our backwoods country home and tho everything else seems to be working non of the browsers I've tried on my desktop have worked properly. my desktop is Windows XP Media Center. I have tried IE, Firefox, and Opera. IE will load the first homepage (gateway) but will then close when trying to load other pages Firefox starts but then immediately shuts off with a error report box Opera simply doesn't load pages, it doesn't crash like the others but i can never get to any web pages and the "kill the webpage" or …

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i attached a flv video in my webpage. it is shown in all browsers except opera. can anyone tell me the solution?

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I've come across a strange glitch with my website: [URL="pinchweb.com"]pinchweb.com[/URL] I've managed to make it so as to not require any browser-specific code so it's relatively generic. All except one strange glitch on the navigational bar while using the Opera browser. About the top quarter of the navbar image is simply void of any link, even the one that seems to be falsely covering it. The header image (pinchweb) seems to somehow block the top of the navigational image (links, groups, etc). I'm sure of this because a change in the image size results in more/less of the nav image …

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With Internet Explorer 9 being acclaimed as the fastest ever browser client from Microsoft, DaniWeb decided to put it to the test against Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari and see just how quick it really is in a real world test of web browsing speed. You can read our [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/reviews/review318661.html"]review of the Internet Explorer 9 Beta here[/URL]. [attach]17608[/attach]A certain degree of nerdiness, no doubt, drives so many publications to take the microsecond benchmarking suite approach to testing. While we certainly do not dismiss these tests as pointless, measuring the speed of the browser JavaScript engine and core rendering speeds are …

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Hi there, I'm currently building a storefront for the following site: www.rjthompsonmusic.com/store/store2 I'm having a little trouble with the z-index of the dropdown menu (when you hover over HOME of MUSIC in the store). I've set the z-index of the menu to 1000 which works fine in IE8, Safari, FF, and Chrome, but it still displays behind part of the images below in IE7 and earlier, and Opera. Any help would be awesome. (ps. you need to close the blue instructions box before you'll be able to see what I mean) Many thanks.

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Hi there, Just working on this page - [url]http://www.rjt-online.com/photos_titletest.php[/url] In Opera, the dynamic resize of the iframe isn't working correctly. As you can see in the code, I have set a minimum height of 200px so the iFrame should always be a minimum height but if the content requires it will increase. It works fine in IE8, Safari, FF, Chrome but not in Opera. In Opera it just sets the height at 200px. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Hi there, [URL="http://www.rjt-online.com/video_latest.php"]http://www.rjt-online.com/video_latest.php[/URL] Any idea why this page displays as it should in IE, FF, Safari etc but not in Opera? I'm sure it's something simple but I've been fiddling with it for a while with no joy. Thanks!

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I am currently testing this function in all browser using php. <style> #preview_desc{ text-wrap: suppress; word-break: break-all; word-wrap: break-word; /* IE>=5.5 */ white-space: -moz-pre-wrap; /* For Fx<=2 */ white-space: pre-wrap; /* Fx>3, Opera>8, Safari>3 */ white-space: -o-pre-wrap; /* Opera 7 */ white-space: pre-line; width:158px; padding-left:5px; padding-right:5px; line-height:12px; font-family:'Arial', Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:11px; text-align:justify; background:#f30000; } </style> <div id="preview_desc" class="adlookmsg_box"> Refeforotherapplicationandcontainasdhlsakfhnaiufalsdufgnaloskdufglkjblfasug </div> However only in Opera browser that not process the wrapping or the unspace word. Please if any can help with this. Tks

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Hi, I'm developing an AJAX website, and I want to make it compatible with most browsers and its many versions in the market. I've been using IE, FF and Chrome, for many years, and I know his popular versions (not everyone updates, you know), but I never used Opera, and I want to make my site opera-friendly, so, I wan't to know (besides the latest version) wich version of Opera browser is popular in the browser market? Thanks! Omar

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They say it ain't over until the fat lady sings, well it looks like this particular Opera story is far from over folks no matter what some might tell you. Perhaps the most famous Norwegian export since the Vikings, [URL="http://www.opera.com"]Opera[/URL] the web browser has certainly lost favour with the technology press. Once upon a time Opera was the big threat to Microsoft Internet Explorer, it was the only alternative browser client that anyone who was anyone would talk about. Then along came Mozilla Firefox and everything changed, pretty much overnight. Today, Opera struggles to get column inches ahead of even …

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Now here's a thing. The web browser [URL="http://www.opera.com"]Opera[/URL] is coming out in a new version, Opera Unite, and it's going to let you host all the music, photos and social media you want. On your own computer. Here's the [URL="http://uk.reuters.com/article/technologyNews/idUKTRE55F1EI20090616?feedType=nl&feedName=uktechnology"]Reuters report[/URL]. Initially I can see this will look like a good idea. In the right (as in 'competent') hands it'll probably remain a good idea. The unfortunate bit is that people like me are going to be able to get hold of it. Now, I don't want to underrate or undersell my abilities or the skills of my fellow bloggers …

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"Opera Retakes Leadership from iPhone in Mobile Browser Market" reads the press release that arrived in my email this week. "Opera is the world's number one mobile browser, overtaking iPhone in May according to data from StatCounter Global Stats" it continues, which certainly peaked my interest. Not least because, according to another set of figures, the Net Applications' Market Share [URL="http://marketshare.hitslink.com/"]report[/URL], the iPhone commands more than 60 percent of the mobile browsing share. So what is going on here? Well, Opera insists that according to the StatCounter statistics its browser scooped a worldwide market share of 24.6 percent compared to …

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The latest [URL="http://www.opera.com/smw/"]State of the Mobile Web[/URL] report, published by mobile web browser client developers [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3617.html"]Opera[/URL], reveals that mobile web usage in the UK has grown by nearly 50 percent over the last year. The report also tries to make sense of other global trends as they impact upon mobile web usage, including: [LIST] [*]In April 2009, Opera Mini had over 23.4 million users, up more than 140 percent compared to April 2008. [*]Opera Mini users viewed nearly 8.7 billion pages in April 2009. Since April 2008, page views have increased 249 percent. [*]Last month, Opera Mini users generated more …

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An alpha version of [URL="http://www.opera.com/browser/next/"]Opera 10[/URL], the latest in a long line of web browser clients from the Norwegian-based developers, has been made available to download. Anyone remember Opera? It used to be the next big thing, until the next big thing came along in the shape of Firefox that is. Opera did turn its attention, briefly, to [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry1884.html"]throwing rocks at Microsoft[/URL] but those attempts to claim unfair treatment seem to have fallen on deaf ears. Deaf ears could also describe the powers that be at Apple, who have decided that the one area where Opera does do well, in …

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Hands up if you remember Opera Software, you know the Norway-based developer of alternative web browser clients. In the days before Firefox, Opera was the client most likely to shake up Microsoft and for a while seemed to be doing pretty well in that regard. Then Firefox came along and rained on the Opera parade. Some people all but wrote the Norwegians off, but while grabbing a decent slice of the desktop browser market may now be a distant dream there are other areas where Opera is no fantasy. Mainly in mobiles. Indeed, Opera Mini has become something of an …

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The Opera client used to be universally recognized as the alternative browser to Internet Explorer, and then along came Firefox and stole all the alternative browser thunder - and how. But the fat lady is still singing, and to prove it has released the [URL="http://www.opera.com/dragonfly/"]Opera Dragonfly[/URL] to debug web pages, widgets and web applications on any device. Available in [URL="http://www.opera.com/download"]Opera 9.5 beta 2[/URL] to start with, the alpha release of Dragonfly includes a JavaScript Debugger, DOM and CSS Inspectors, Error Console and Command Line. The full list of Dragonfly features is as follows: [LIST] [*]Debug pages whether they are on …

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[URL="http://www.opera.com"]Opera Software ASA[/URL], the company behind what used to be the alternative web browser of choice until Firefox came along and changed all that, has urged Microsoft to give consumers a genuine choice of standards-compliant browser clients. It has filed an official complaint with the European Commission which describes at some length how, Opera claims, Microsoft is "abusing its dominant position by tying its browser, Internet Explorer, to the Windows operating system and by hindering interoperability by not following accepted Web standards." Opera has requested the Commission to take the necessary actions to compel Microsoft to give consumers a real …

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Opera is the only browser that supports a site by site Management compared to other browsers. In Opera, if you click on Tools > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies > Manage Cookies, you will get access the “Server Manager” window showing you a list of all the websites that you browsed with Opera since it’s first install. This Module does not only allow you to manage the way Opera accepts Cookies, but mush more than that. If you click on a website and than on the Edit button, the Site preference window will show up. This window contains multiple tabs …

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Reasons Why I use Opera: Reason 1: Integrated RSS Reader. Opera has the best Integrated RSS Reader I have ever used. I have tried many other RSS Readers, but that of Opera truly rules them out. One thing with the RSS Reader of Opera is that by default, it is not shown on first install. It is only when you will subscribe to an RSS Feed that window will appear telling you that you have subscribed to Feed and from now on, you can read your Feeds from “Feeds” Menu on the menu bar. This is why I like Opera. …

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